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## Five States Of Matter Explained

Firstly, let us know about matter. Matter is basically defined as any substance that has mass and takes up space by having volume. We all know that matter is made …

## Fourier Series

Introduction Fourier series is a mathematical function that is formed by the sum of scaled sine and cosine functions, over an interval. With adjustment of the scales of the sine …

## The Gas Laws

The gas laws are a set of laws and equations that describe the behavior of gasses. It was developed by multiple people over two centuries.  They were developed to provide …

## Rutherford’s Atomic Model

Soon after the discovery of fundamental particles, a lot of scientists tried to explain the distribution of these particles inside the atom with an atomic model. One of such models …

## Bohr’s Atomic Model

Bohr’s Atomic Model was introduced by Niels Bohr in 1915. It was basically a modified version of Rutherford’s Atomic Model wherein Bohr explained that electrons move in fixed orbitals (shells) …

## Discovering The Secrets Behind The White Skin

What comes to your mind when you hear the word “Europeans”? Your answer might be white-skinned, pretty, tall people. Studies show that traits like pale skin, tallness, and ability to …

## Lenz’s Law

Lenz’s Law is a law in electromagnetism, which states that an induced electric current flows in a direction such that the current opposes the change that induced it.  This law …

## Immunity in Plants

We take antibiotics, vaccines, and other treatments to save ourselves from bacterial, viral, and other pathogens. Have you ever thought about how plants can save themselves? The answer to the …

## Lens Maker’s Formula

Lens Maker’s formula is a formula that relates focal length, radii of curvature, and refractive index of the lens. As different devices need lenses of different focal lengths, this formula …

## Laws of Thermodynamics

Everything in this universe exists in two fundamental forms: energy or matter. Thermodynamics deals with a particular form of energy, which is heat energy. Derived from Greek it means ‘movement …

## Speed of Light And Approaching It

Light speed has been a topic of fascination for centuries together. Light travels at a staggering speed of 299,792,458 m/s which is the highest achievable speed according to physics. This …

## Speed of Sound

Sound, in terms of physics, is a wave. It produces a sense of hearing upon reaching the auditory organs of living organisms. At its very root, however, it is a …

## Navier Stokes Equations

The Navier Stokes Equation is one of the most important partial differential equations in fluid dynamics. It can be used to describe the motion of any fluid in space. It …

## Maxwell’s Equations: An Overview

Maxwell’s Equations in electromagnetism are as important as Newton’s Laws in Mechanics. The four equations form the base of classical electromagnetism. Maxwell’s equations are a set of four equations that …

## Newton’s Laws of Motion

Newton’s laws of motion are a set of three physical laws that together form the foundation of classical mechanics. They basically connect the motion of matter with force applied. Let …

## Brain-Computer Interface: Connecting Brain to the Internet

Human society has tried to understand the brain for decades. With time we are understanding it better. Today researchers both in academia and industry are working to build a new …

## Huygens’ Principle

Huygens’ principle and the theory he developed, Huygens’ wave theory, were key developments in the establishment of wave optics in the field of physics. Its major competitor in its years …

## Young’s Double Slit Experiment

The Young’s Double Slit experiment was one of the most important experiments of physics. It was conducted by Thomas Young in 1801. At that time, although Huygens had shown that …

## Millikan Oil Drop Experiment: Finding Electron Charge

Millikan Oil Drop Experiment is one of the most popular experiments as it was the first-ever experiment that gave us the direct measurement of the charge of a single electron. …

## Schrodinger Wave Equation

The early 20th century has seen a lot of revolutionary experiments, equations, and theories. One such important equation was the Schrodinger Equation. This is a very important equation in Quantum …

## Stem Cells and Stem Cell Therapy: An Overview

The basic structural, functional, and biological unit of all known organisms is the cell. The word “cell” is derived from the Latin word cella, which means “small room”. They are …

## Kardashev Scale: Stages of Civilization Development

We generally say that today human civilization has reached a very good stage in technology. But do you know that there is a scale to measure these technological advancements of …

## Cyborgs: Everything You Need To Know

Who hasn’t felt awed and impressed as they watched Iron Man suit up in the latest Avengers movie? Or scared but impressed by Doctor Octopus’s tentacles? As anyone who’s watched …

## Kepler’s Laws Of Planetary Motion

Kepler’s Laws is a set of three astronomical laws that describe the motion of planets around the sun. These laws were published by the German astronomer Johannes Kepler in between …

## The Photoelectric Effect

The Photoelectric effect was a very significant phenomenon in the development of modern physics. It was a part of the age-old puzzle of the nature of light (wave versus particle) …

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